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  • Birthday 06/28/1960

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    Tom Ellifritt

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  1. Square Quad Headlights

    Are you looking for a part that's exactly what you need or a part that can be modified into what you need?
  2. 1957 Ohio State Highway Patrol Car.

    Just need to find more striping. Looking good.
  3. Here's the address according to Google Earth.
  4. Let's see your TV and movie cars!

    The truck is the MPC 1978 Chevy pickup cab, the bed is from the Fall Guy MPC truck, and the 4WD stuff is from the Mule Skinner MPC truck. The GMC grille and roll bar are scratch built. The trim was done with patience and evergreen strip styrene (maybe it was plastruct, I'm not sure). Thank you for the kind words.
  5. Let's see your TV and movie cars!

    The Rockford Files
  6. Texaco station in 1977

    The nozzles were carved out of a piece of styrene with plastic rod glued on where needed. There are pics earlier in this thread that may illustrate this better.
  7. Texaco station in 1977

    A fair question. I heard something about Photobucket restoring pictures, so I went to this thread that was populated by images stored on Photobucket. It seemed to me the pictures were back, I just wanted to make sure they could be seen by others. I'm hoping to finish the station one day, but it is too large for my current work space. As the kids move out, I will take over more space...it's just a matter of time.
  8. Texaco station in 1977

    Can you guys see the pics in this thread? If so, has Photobucket returned?
  9. Promo

    From Google search: Automobile dealer promos were 1/25th-scale versions of cars and trucks that salesmen would show off to their prospective customers. While car companies have always made small replicas of their products, the heyday of these salesman's samples was the 1950s, ’60s, and early ’70s. By the way, they were pre-assembled and painted. The chassis and engine were usually molded in one piece.
  10. No, not yet, but I haven't given up. What is strange is the two Star Truks I have use the same chrome tree as above, but have 1973 style grilles, not the 1976 style shown above. That's odd...
  11. Corvair rampside

  12. I'm in need of the bumper guards that came with the AMT Ford Pickup “Star Truk” (#T322). They are listed with a step 24 in the Final Assemblies portion of the instructions. These guards may have been available in other issues as well, I don't know. As always, I appreciate any help...Thank you. cmhjets@hotmail.com
  13. Need a 1971 GTO Stock Interior

    Different seat patterns. I appreciate the reply, thanks!
  14. Need a 1971 GTO Stock Interior

    Will be happy to compensate with plastic or payment.
  15. Another pretty GMC.

    Be aware that the kit has the wrong inner front fender wells, see pictures: